Secret Service investigates counterfeiter case
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A counterfeiter may have more victims than the Girl Scouts Action News told you about Tuesday night.
Julie Curry claims a woman with a similar description came into her Clovis boutique on Friday, and used a counterfeit $100 bill to pay for merchandise.
Curry thought the note looked strange, and a bank teller convinced her to call police. You'll recall, The Girl Scout council says someone is using counterfeit money to buy cookies.
Cowgirl Glitz Boutique owner, Julie Curry said, "When I saw the story on the Girl Scouts taking it, that people need to know in the community that this person is out there"
The Secret Service is now involved, and investigating both incidents.
fresno county, crimetracker, scams, fresno, local
- Fresno woman says Covered California "saved her life"
- New twist in case of murdered Fresno sex offender
- Lemoore considers tough water rules
- Suspicious bags found by Boston Marathon scene
- 2 dead after ferry sinks off South Korean coast 13 min ago
- Memorial in place for fallen Merced police officers 52 min ago
- Moment of silence marks Boston Marathon bombings
- Overturned beer truck causes havoc during morning commute
- US backs Ukraine military action in east region
- Miley Cyrus hospitalized, cancels Kansas City show
- Tulare County-based drug smuggling ring busted
- Photos: Boston Marathon: One year later
- Photos: Blood Moon seen across Valley skies
- Man rushes past security at Fresno airport